Royal Visit To Millenáris Park In Budapest, Hungary (Hungarian with English Subtitles)
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales visited Millenáris Park to meet musicians, who were doing a full rehearsal of the ZARE concert, due to take place on 21 March on the International Day of Anti-racism at Gödör Club. His Royal Highness talked to ZARE musicians, organisers and volunteers as well.
Zene a Rasszizmus Ellen - ZARE (Music Against Racism) is a Hungarian movement, co-ordinated by the Hungarian NGO "Foundation of Subjective Values". It follows the footsteps of British movements Rock Against Racism (RAR) and Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR).
The aim of the movement is to take a stand against dangerous extremist ideas such as racism. Using the language of music ZARE hopes to join people and stand up together for the rights and equality of all people, and support tolerance.
ZARE was initiated by the British Embassy Budapest and launched at the Sziget Festival on Zero Day in August 2009, with the participation of well-known Hungarian and UK bands. Another event was organised to celebrate Christmas-Hanukkah with Roma and klezmer concerts. In addition to organising musical events, ZARE is trying to develop the background ideology of anti-racism, organising club events, workshops and educating students and teachers.
A small team of students, who are part of the Roots & Routes project (an international talent scouting and managing program) will make a short report film about The Prince's visit event, which will be shown at the ZARE concert on 21 March.
Source: British Embassy Budapest
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Akos 31.03.2010 - 08:16 funny? I don't think so. He is not really a humorous person. But still he is really nice and easy going. Much more flexible than his staff.
saira 29.03.2010 - 21:15 yay well done fatty :)
Akosh...did he say anything funny? lol
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